Lycoming Io-540 K1g5 Crankshaft W/rods on 2040-parts.com
Holland, Massachusetts, United States
For Sale is the Crankshaft from a Lycoming IO-540 K1G5D Ser# L-18985-48A. This engine was removed from a 1978 Piper Lance. It has less than 200 hours SMOH. This is the solid crank which is exempt from the MSB 569A program.
The part is in perfect condition and guaranteed useable.
The photos show the part as the cases were opened. The shaft weights are included in the auction. The 6 connecting rods are available if buyer wants them for additional price. Contact me for more information.
This could be your answer for the crank retirement program.
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